|Citrus aurantium L. SSP. aurantium
|Southeast Asia, Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt
|orange-red to orange-brown
|a warm and heavy floral scent reminiscent of the flower itself, very tenacious, with fresh and green notes
|Biochemical composition of the essential oil
|The odorous volatile fraction, representing 70% of the absolute, is composed of a linalool core of approximately 55%, enriched with a nitrogen pole from 7 to 18%.
|Its psychotropic effects: brings calm and comfort, soothes negative emotions and anxiety Its neurotropic and general effects: skin soothing
|Main therapeutic indications